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Matthew Jankiewicz


Fierce Champion For Commonsense Finances

About Me

Hi, I'm Matthew, copywriter and founder of Finance Crusader!

I specialize in blog posts and content strategy for financial planners and other money management business looking to win over more clients through engaging web content and newsletters.

If you're looking to add fresh content to your blog or website that will make your business stand out, then you've come to the right place.

You may be wondering why choosing me to handle your content marketing needs is a smart decision. What sets me apart from the others?

Well, it's the fact that I will do the research it takes. I will give your content a voice. I will make sure that none of your readers will click away from your blog posts mid-sentence.

I'm not the kind of writer who focuses on using pointless marketing buzzwords and re-hashed content when crafting blog posts. I'll leave that to the content mills that troll the online social sphere.

What I'm interested in is the "big picture," focusing on developing the right tone and the right image to complement your firm's marketing efforts.

The bottom line: I can help you create a blog content strategy that wins your business more clients.

If this sounds good to you, feel free to send me an email so that we can get started on discussing your content marketing goals!

Industries I Write About

Financial Services

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My Writing Samples

6 Financial Aid Traps Every Parent Should Avoid

Don't fall victim to the six most common financial aid mistakes. As a parent you want the best for your child, so sending them to college without the stress of financial instability should be no different.


Demystifying the Financial Aid Award Letter

Your child has spend hundreds of hours in researching potential colleges, studying for entrance exams, and mailing out applications. Now, the results of all that hard work will be revealed in the time it takes to open the envelope containing your financial aid award letter. Here's some insight into what you might find inside.




Proofread various labels for accuracy and consistency to ensure that they matched the editor's redlined copy.

Company: ICU Medical, Inc

I worked there from 7/2015 until 6/2017

Content I Write

Ideas and Pitches I Wrote

How Much Is Your Facebook Addiction Costing You?

Until recently, I thought everyone paid at least $50 per month for their cell phone plan. We're told this is a bargain and to move on. When I learned from our provider that we were paying primarily for our unlimited data usage, I decided to do some investigative work. Just how much data was I using? Turns out just 950 MB of measly data. I asked my wife to do the same. How much was she using? A whopping 4.5 GB! Digging deeper, I learned that most of this excessive data usage was for Facebook.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: personal finance,lifestyle,cell phone,data plan,Republic Wireless


Co-Signing Calamities: Why You Should Avoid Co-Signing For Your Child's Debt

We've all be warned about the dangers of co-signing for your child's student loans. We know that if they don't make payments, it's the parent's responsibility to pick up the slack. We all know this, and yet, many parents still co-sign for student loans. In fact, according to a recent survey by Student Loan Hero, 55% of parents are swimming in over $40,000 of student debt. In a 1,500 word blog post, I plan to uncover the devastating effects student loans inflict on families.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: student debt,financial aid,student loans,personal finances,family planning